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Mack registers longest runs

The following are notes from the Jaguars' 13-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills Thursday night at Alltel Stadium.

• Running back Stacey Mack's 29-yard run is a personal best. He also had a 28-yard run against the Bills. His previous longest run was 22 yards against Tennessee in week two of this season.

• Jimmy Smith has played in 100 games, the most in Jaguars history.

• Mark Brunell passed the 20,000 yards-passing mark. He has thrown for 19,967 yards with the Jaguars, and 95 yards in his two-year stint with the Packers.

• Linebacker T.J. Slaughter registered his first career sack, but he had to leave the game in the first half with injuries to his right ankle and right knee.

• Keenan McCardell has caught at least one pass in 38 consecutive games.

• Kevin Hardy extended his Jaguars consecutive games-started record to 54 games.

• Defensive tackle Larry Smith was a notable deactivation.

• Defensive end Tony Brackens made his return to the lineup after having missed the first four games of the season with a knee injury he suffered in the preseason finale. Brackens made two tackles.

• Linebacker Hardy Nickerson and cornerback Fernando Bryant also returned to action after having missed a game with a neck burner and sprained foot respectively.

• Todd Fordham started at left tackle in place of Tony Boselli.

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